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Religion and Health: Holistic Wellness From the Pe..., 1997

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Title Religion and Health: Holistic Wellness From the Perspective of Two African American Church Denominations.
Date 1997
Material Type Journal Article
Creator/Author Parmer, Twinet, Department of Counseling and Special Education
Additional Contributors Rogers, Tecora
Publisher American Counseling Association
Copyright Copyright 1997 by American Counseling Association. Intellectual Property Rights owned by Parmer, Twinet, and Rogers, Tecora. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject Health -- Religious aspects; Health -- Sex differences; African Americans -- Health and hygiene; African American Seventh-Day Adventists; African American Baptists;
Description Reports on a study that examined differences in beliefs about health and experiences of illness. The congregations of five African American churches were studied, two Baptist and three Seventh-Day Adventist. Results compare differences by gender and denomination.
Source Parmer, Twinet, and Rogers, Tecora. "Religion and Health: Holistic Wellness From the Perspective of Two African American Church Denominations." Counseling and Values 42 (October 1997): 55-67.
Language English
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